The Writer’s Journey

Book Review: Tales of the Anointed Skeletons and Love By Lahari Mahalanabish

The mundane life of a stay-at-home mom changes during a bus ride, a modern couple encounters a paranormal experience, a dentist in search of a ghost unearths a more terrifying situation, and a teenager finds out his single mother is running a bizarre science experiment in their study – Lahari Mahalanabish’s short story collection, Tales…

Book Review: Stars From The Borderless Sea

What does it mean for a woman to realize her marriage is nothing like the one she had dreamed about?” Is it the end of her happiness? Geetika, Rachna and Mahima, the protagonists of Stars From The Borderless Sea, say it’s not.

One Line At a Time

If you are finding it difficult to write, maybe due to the lack of time or a due really bad writer’s block, try to break it into chunks. Promise yourself that you’ll never worry about the story/article in its entirety. Instead, work on it steadily, a small chunk at a time.

The Right to Choose a Creative Life

October 27, 2021 When I was working as an engineer, I wrote as a hobby. I squeezed in whatever time I could get over the weekends and wrote stories and travelogues. It felt quite normal and it went on like this for 7 years. I was earning my living and using my free time for…


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